Wide Receiver Uriah LeMay commits to Georgia for 2013

Uriah LeMayUriah LeMay, a four-star wide receiver from Matthews, NC (Butler H.S.), committed to the Georgia Bulldogs this evening. He is the 18th commitment for UGA’s 2013 class.

LeMay (6-1, 181, 4.54) committed to the Dawgs over a long list of offers. Some of the top schools to offer him were Arkansas, Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Miami (FL), Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia Tech.

Uriah’s older brother Christian is a redshirt freshman quarterback for the Dawgs. Christian will backup starter Aaron Murray.

Rivals.com rates Uriah LeMay as a 4-star recruit, the no. 33 wide receiver and the no. 230 recruit in the Rivals250 2013. Scout.com rates him 3-stars and the no. 45 wide receiver.

LeMay is the 3rd wide receiver commitment for Georgia in 2013. He joins Kyrin Priester (Snellville, GA) and Tramel Terry (Goose Creek, SC).

The Bulldogs now have the 3rd best recruiting class for 2013 according to Rivals.com. Georgia trails Michigan (1) and Texas (2). Alabama and Florida round out the current top 5.

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